Artists: Luke George + Daniel Kok
Residency: Monday 7 December – Friday 11 December
Performance: Friday 22 January & Saturday 23 January, 7pm
Tickets: Adult $30/Conc $20
Bunny, commissioned by C-A-C, is an experential new dance work exploring shared lines of connection. In order to suspend tension and to unleash collective desires, Kok and George look to the anicent japanese knot tying technique of ‘shibari’ and rope bondage to weave together an interactive experience of collectivity.
Luke George (VIC) is an award winning dance artist, performer and choreographer who has collaborated with companies such as Chunky Move, Balletlab and Back to Back Theatre, and international artists such as Miguel Gutierrez and the Powerful People. His own choreographies have been presented widely by venues and festivals throughout Australia, and in New York City, Portland, Groningen, Bergen, Sandnes, Marseille, Paris, and Tokyo.
Daniel Kok (SIN) is a contemporary dance artist from Singapore, working in Europe. He studied Advanced Performance and Scenography Studies (APASS) program (Brussels, 2013) and MA Solo/Dance/Authorship (SODA) at the Inter- University Centre for Dance (HZT, Berlin) in 2012. Cheerleader of Europe (2013) has been presented in Zurich, Berlin, Brussels, Sydney, Vienna and Burkina Faso. PIIGS (2014), a cheerleading team creation was co-produced by Maxim Gorki Theater (Berlin), Nationales Performance Netz (Germany) and Work Space Brussels (Brussels) within the Life Long Burning cultural initiative of the European Union. An avid pole dancer, he won the SG Pole Challenge 2012 and represented Singapore at the Finals of the International Pole Championships 2013.